Emiliana Serbatoi: a full line for fuel storage
Emiliana Serbatoi returns to Agritechnica with an even richer stand where it presents a wide range of products for the storage and supply of fuels. The spotlight is on the Tank Fuel single-walled metal tanks, available with a 50%, 100% or 110% containment basin (in line with the provisions of Italian legislation). The steel tanks approved for storing and supplying diesel are available with capacities from 490 to 20 thousand litres (up to 9 thousand for the Italian market) and extend along a horizontal or vertical axis. The exhibition spaces of Emiliana Serbatoi also feature transportable tanks: the Emilcaddy range (made of plastic) of 55 and 110 litres, and the Carrytank series (polyethylene tanks designed to move fuels) of 220, 330 and 440 litres, and now the innovative 400+50 model that combines tanks for diesel and AdBlue. The Carrytanks have recently been enhanced with the “Pick-up” series, through a redesign of the models to install the tank in the beds of pick-up trucks. Emilcaddy and Carrytank are compatible with diesel, petrol, AdBlue® and oil. For higher volumes, Emiliana Serbatoi offers transportable models such as Hippotank (960 litre polyethylene), Traspo (in steel with various capacities ranging from 250 to 910 litres) and Tankube (in steel, 440 and 960 litres). Traspo and Tankube are approved for the road transport of fuels. In the AdBlue market, the company from Campogalliano (Modena) offers a range of products that go from mobile systems for the storage and transport of a few dozen litres to those for high volumes (up to 10 thousand litres); in this segment, the GIANTank AdBlue with a capacity of 3,300 litres stands out among the Hanover innovations. Lastly, the Modena company catalogue includes solutions for environmental protection. The “Ecological Line” is composed of tanks for the storage of waste oils, such as the 300 and 500 litre Quioil models, the tubs and the cabinet containers for pesticides (for internal or external use). Obviously all compliant with the law.
by Fabrizio Sereni